How might these experiences be understood in a way that fits with the idea that life is suffering?

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Consider the standard view of Eastern philosophical schools (most noticeable in Buddhism) that this world is a world of suffering so we should focus on liberation as our ultimate goal.  Does this view of the world make sense given all the pleasure and happiness that we can notice and do experience in life?  How might these experiences be understood in a way that fits with the idea that life is suffering?  Does such an understanding seem plausible?  Explain your answer.

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